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Nucleotide sequence of a complementary dna clone of rna segment 10 of bluetongue virus serotype 10



Nucleotide sequence of a complementary dna clone of rna segment 10 of bluetongue virus serotype 10



Journal of General Virology 67(12): 2833-2838



The complete sequence of the double-stranded RNA segment that codes for a nonstructural protein (P8) of bluetongue virus serotype 10 has been determined from a cDNA clone inserted into the plasmid pBR322. The segment 10 RNA of the virus (S10 RNA) is deduced to be 822 base pairs long (0.5 .times. 106 daltons) and has an open reading frame in one strand capable of coding for a protein with a calculated size of 25,572 daltons (229 amino acids) and net charge of + 5.5 at neutral pH.

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